White sand and dolphins 190 kilometres (118 miles) south of Sydney is Booderee National Park, where you can squeak your way over pure white sand. The park is home to two basic campgrounds – Green Patch and Bristol Point – that front Jervis Bay where dolphins regularly frolic, attracted by the bay’s seagrass meadows. A third campground, Cave Beach, is
Guide to Camping Around Australia Australia is one of the world’s premier and most amazing camping destinations. With all its native wildlife for viewing, lush rainforests, pristine coastlines, starry skies to sleep beneath and stunning camp spots surrounded by natural wonders, it’s an adventure worthy of the top spot on your bucket list. With our
1770 Camping Ground 641 Captain Cook Dr, Seventeen Seventy, Queensland 4677, Australia Absolute beachfront camping ground, with safe small boat anchorage, restaurant on site,free WiFi, 2 amenities blocks, gateway to the Barrier Reef.
Kosciuszko National Park embraces the majestic grandeur of the high country. This is one of the world’s great national parks, with its alpine herbfields and soaring mountain peaks, the headwaters of the famed Snowy River and a fascinating Aboriginal and European heritage. The largest national park in the state, Kosciuszko is expansive, dramatic and awe-inspiring.
Bestbrook Mountain Resort +61 4666 [email protected] 9790 Cunningham HighwayMaryvale QLD 4370 https://www.bestbrook.com.au/ Located in beautiful South East Queensland, an easy 90 minute drive from Brisbane or Gold Coast nestled among the spectacular rolling hills of the Great Dividing Range, Bestbrook offers the perfect opportunity for a relaxing break. Bestbrook is a family-owned and operated property
The Great Otway National Park is located in Southern Victoria, it covers rugged coastland, beaches and the mountains of Otway Ranges. There are magnificent waterfalls that dot the park which include the 3 cascades of Tripple Falls. The 1848 light station pierces on the cliffs overlooking Bass Straight. There are Great Ocean walks through the
Tidal River is the main location for camping and accommodation in Wilsons Promontory National Park. The visitor centre at Tidal River provides information about walking tracks and things to do within the park. The centre is open daily from 8.30am – 4.30pm. The Tidal River General Store stocks milk, bread, ice, gas refills and souvenirs, along with
The Basin campground in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is a lovely campground with lots of space. Barbeque facilities are cleaned daily and the rangers are SO helpful – especially when you’re camping in a downpour and your tent gets flooded and they let you sleep in the cottage! (Which is haunted, but that’s another story),
Arakoon National Park, home to historic Trial Bay Gaol, offers beachside camping, rocky foreshores with great fishing and beaches perfect for whale watching and swimming. The idyllic Arakoon National Park on the NSW mid north coast is home to the historic Trial Bay Gaol and is a wonderful place for a daytrip to explore Australian
Wow!! What can I say, an absolutely memorable, awesome, luxurious experience at Turon Gates Camping!! If you are after a bit of glamping then the Sundance glamp tent is was perfectly located right on the river bank, the glamp tent is stunning and the bed was by far the best night sleep you will have